Showing 201 - 225 of 4,634 comments
Thanks for posting first I have heard of tis Loews house.
This theatre was built by Loews.
Another great Vintage photo.
Nashville Flood May 2010.
This is great!
This was a Loews United Artist theatre when first built.
The auditorium of this theatre has been torn down and replaced with a Harris Tetter Store.
From this weeks Nashville Scene.Darrel Scott with String Quintet Sat.Aug 13 8.P.M.August 18-28 Studio Tenn Presents:Guys and Dolls. Nanci Griffith Sat. Sept.3 at 8 P.M.Happy Birthday,Patsy Cline with Mandy Barnett Thursday,Sept.8 at 8 P.M.Loudon Wainwright 111 Sat. Sept.10 at 8 P.M.Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Friday,Sep. 23 at 8.P.M.
This theatre was A.K.A Loews Madison when i worked there.It is a church now.
That is a nice shot,Thanks for posting btkrefft.
The Lobby and concessions area with the carpet pulled up.AKA Loews Madison,this theatre is a church now.
These videos are great,does not look like many people check them out.Or maybe they just do not leave comments.
Thats old school alright.
I agree Mike in Nashville we went from $2.50 to $3.00 in the late 70,s same result.
Yes that is a nice auditorium shot,thanks for posting.
Thanks again Will,great find.
Wow what a piece of history,Thanks Will.
I agree Ron,if it will help them stay open give it a try.The Franklin Theatre near me has a full bar and beer too,As far as I know little or no trouble,the patrons want to see a movie or show and have a few drinks,most are not there to get wasted.
Cool photo of the Loews State and Loews New York right next each other.
What a great photo,love those large signs.
What a great piece of history,cool little film.
Pretty neat showing 2001 in the year 2001.
What a great shot.
What a sad photo.